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Michael Rader

Scaling clones without intersection

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Been working at this for a while and can't figure out a solution. I have a cloned set of stacked rings and I want them to scale from their bottommost point and remain at the top of the previous ring. Is there a procedural way of doing this? As you see in the file each ring overlaps more and more with the one below it. I don't want any intersection but instead have each one perfectly stacked on the one before it while increasing in scale. Any ideas without using complex xpresso? 

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I've almost solved it - but had to make the obj editable, hence the zip






On 6/17/2019 at 11:57 PM, Michael Rader said:

Any ideas without using complex xpresso? 

so he gets mograph math python effectors - 1 in French ::):



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